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Possibility of installing IOTA on a micro-controller?

Is it possible to install the IOTA library on a micro-controller such as ESP (ESP8266)? Such that it can write in the Tangle by sending a transaction?
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Possibility of sending a IOTA transaction from a “micro-controller”?

Since IOTA is designed specifically for IoT, is there a specific library for micro-controllers such as ESP, such that we can interact (send a transaction) directly from a micro-controller to the IOTA ...
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What is the lower limit of energy usage for an IOTA transaction?

It has been stated here that an IOTA transaction currently uses around 0.0005kWh or 0.5Wh. In their work example for a smart-meter sending data every 10s using MAM, that is 500kWh in a year. This is ...
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How many type of Proof-of-Work is used in IOTA?

In the following article about "IOTA CryptoCore", it is written: "IOTA core functions like address generation, signing, “Mini-Pow” and Proof of Work (PoW) need much computational power which ...
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How to use “iota.lib.js.powsrvio” via a small device supports LoraWAN?

If we want PoW is not performed in the device (in particular for low energy devices) we can use iota.lib.js.powsrvio. How to use powsrv.io? And what are prerequirements ? (Assume we want to use it in ...
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Is “Crypto Core” a micro-controller (or FPGA) which is able to do Proof-of-Work completely?

Is "Crypto Core" a micro-controller (or FPGA) which is able to do Proof-of-Work completely ? As I heard that micro-controllers are not able to perform Proof-of-Work, because of power and energy ...
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IOTA “C” version (CClient) and feasibility of signing transactions on ESP32?

An article recently has been published entitled "Running the IOTA "CClient" library on ESP32" (>>>Link to Article<<<). It is not clear to me if by using this C version of IOTA is ...